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CLASS DESCRIPTIONS


    

Iyengar YOGA

Iyengar yoga was developed by B.K.S. Iyengar. He modernized and redefined the ancient teachings of Patanjali into a system that speaks to our western minds and to our contemporary life. Timing, sequencing and alignment are the three major components of this system. This method develops one’s intelligence, awareness, health and spirituality. 


        

Ashtanga Yoga

Ashtanga Yoga is a system of yoga transmitted to the modern world by Sri K. Pattabhi Jois. This method of yoga involves synchronizing the breath with a progressive series of postures—a process producing intense internal heat and a profuse, purifying sweat that detoxifies muscles and organs.


        

VINYASA FLOW

Hatha Flow yoga (or Vinyasa flow) synchronizes the breath with the movements of the body. It is called “flow yoga” because of the smooth way the poses run together in a dynamic and fluid fashion. It allows the energy to flow through the entire body.


        

Yoga for MS & other movement disorders

Introduction to incorporating Iyengar Yoga to address and help manage symptoms and challenges associated with Multiple Sclerosis and similar neurological conditions. While yoga is not a cure for MS. In the words of BKS Iyengar "yoga helps us to endure not cure." No yoga experience ok. Handicap Accessible.


        

Iyengar Level 1

For students who want to learn and practice the fundamental yoga poses. They will understand the alignment through the progressive sequences of poses and will develop focus, awareness, and flexibility. Students are encouraged to take the Yoga Basics class series first.


        

Iyengar Level 1-2

For students who have a solid understanding of the fundamental poses taught in Level 1 along with a base of strength and flexibility from regular attendance. Some level 2 poses will be introduced. In this class, students begin to deepen their understanding of the mind-body connection.


        

Iyengar Level 2

For students who have a solid understanding of the fundamental poses from previous levels. Inversions and backbends are introduced. The student at this level develops an understanding of the connection of the poses to the inner body and mind.


        

Yoga at the Barre

Yoga at the Barre involves traditional barre exercises and yoga movements to tone and sculpt your muscles, This class is great for body strengthening, cardio, and achieving long lean muscles -- Strengthen and tighten your core, arms & thighs. Let the music pump you up in this fun energy class while our amazing instructors guide you through a class filled with yoga postures and our unique rope wall working the lower body and upper body.

This class is a high energy active class at the intermediate level and non-heated. Please Bring a Mat, Towel & Bottle of Water. Leave your worries behind and come sweat with us!

Not recommended for students with injuries.


      

yin YOGA

Yin yoga is the other half of your yoga practice aligning with the lunar (feminine) energy to create balance. It’s a deep stretch honoring uniqueness of your body in stillness. The deep stretch is obtained by targeting the deeper layers of the body: connective tissue, ligaments and fascia by relaxing the muscles with or without the support of the props with long holds (3-5minutes). This approach also helps to lubricate the joints. This self-care practice opens the meridian points, which are the energy channels based in traditional Chinese medicine allowing the qi (life for energy) to flow through freely. Good for: Flexibility, joint health, calming yet energizing, remedy for exhaustion, self-acceptance, clarity of the mind and meditation. Min. 6 months yoga experience recommended.


        

Restorative

For students who want to focus on relaxation and on the regulation of their systems. It is a less rigorous class with focus on relaxation. The poses are held longer and supported using props to deeply rejuvenate and calm the body and mind.


        

iyengar kurunta (Ropes)

For students who want to strengthen the major organs of action, the legs and the arms. Using the ropes helps the body to extend vertically and horizontally. The practice opens the body organically, leading to an open heart and better breathing. It is one of the genius inventions of Mr Iyengar. 


        

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